Our friends at the learning scientists were kind enough to share some valuable resources for us to navigate this whole new worldof educational opportunities, challenges, and frustrations. More information from them may be found at their website.
In today’s digest, we would like to provide resources for teachers, students, and parents during the challenging COVID-19 quarantine. Learning and teaching is still going on, but mostly shifted online. In the past few days, we have all probably come across different resources to support this online learning experience and we thought it would be helpful to feature some of these here. If you come across a resource you want to share with us and our community, please feel free to do so here. We will collect all additional suggestions in this speadsheet. Thanks and stay healthy” – The Learning Scientists.
FOR TEACHERS, FOR PARENTS, FOR STUDENTS
Resources for Teachers
- Learning to Teach Online: Understanding & Optimizing an Online Learning Experience by Elizabeth Syben King (@elizabethonline) for Medium.
- Welcome to ACUE’s Online Teaching Toolkit by Association of College and University Educators (@ACUE_HQ)
- Uploading lecture videos on YouTube by Dr Megan Sumeracki (@DrSumeracki)
- Going Online in a Hurry: What to Do and Where to Start by Michelle D. Miller for the Chronicle Vitae
- Teaching from home – advice for teachers and parents by BBT Bitesize (@bbcbitesize)
- Hope Matters – 10 teaching strategies to support students and help them continue to learn during this time of uncertainty by Mays Imad for Inside Higher Ed
Resources for Students
- Students Can Respond to Daily Writing Prompts, Inspired by The New York Times, at Home for Free by The New York Times, @nytimes. This is part of a larger project, The Learning Network.
- Staying Productive During COVID-19 by Anna Salonen, Ellie Brownlie (@E_Brownlie), and Tereza Valová (@ValovaTereza); Year 2 Psychology (@UofGPsychology) students at the University of Glasgow (@UofGlasgow)
- ‘Keep calm, stay focused’: Expert tips for State exam students studying at home
- A guide to conquering the virtual instruction transition
- Use These Flashcard Apps to Make Your Study Session Less Analog
- 10 Online Tools for Better Attention & Focus
Resources for Parents
- Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions due to School Closings: Amazing Educational Resources
- NRICH Mathematics: “The NRICH Project aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners. To support this aim, members of the NRICH team work in a wide range of capacities, including providing professional development for teachers wishing to embed rich mathematical tasks into everyday classroom practice.”
- Your Kids Can Now Watch Astronauts Reading Stories From Space by Sarah Aswell for Scary Mommy
- Coding For Kids: Free Classes, Websites, and Apps by CodeWizardsHQ
- “Lesley University’s Center for Mathematics Achievement in collaboration with the Kentucky Center for Mathematics have put together this resource guide for parents and caregivers to be able to support children’s mathematics learning at home during school closures for the COVID-19 outbreak.” Resource document.
- Glasgow Science Centre is doing daily sessions on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook at 10 am (UK time) – Including video experiments that you can try at home: #GSCAtHome
- 48 free resources for remote learning and home schooling by Angelica Azadyants for in-cyprus.